Iason and Medea Picture

I actually really never wanted to put this one up because it has some negative emotional value to me. It's a sort of painting you put a lot of thought and work in because you want something dark and painful out of your system and would preferably put it somewhere far away and never see it again. BUT, I needed to show that my hands-drawing-skills aren't entirely awful and that i do sometimes feel the desire to draw men. so there.

Explanation of Mythologicalness: This is set after Medea has killed her sons, it's a meeting that never really takes place, because Medea flees and never sees Iason again.

I actually wanted to explain the symbolism but i'll let you have a go first. All that I wish to add is that I wanted to use only the colours that Greek tableware and vases usually have ...
Continue Reading: Places